Subway Explosions Kill Dozens in Moscow
On Monday morning, March 29, two bombs exploded in the Moscow subway system. The first, at around 7:50 a.m. Moscow time, occurred as a train stood at the central Lubyanka station, beneath the offices of the FSB (Federal Security Services) intelligence agency. Roughly 40 minutes later, a second explosion ripped through a train at Park Kultury, where this photograph was taken.
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